25 November 2021
When it comes to celebrities it's not news that some of them are famous wealthy and yet arrogant people. Well today a former Kaizer Chiefs player has proved that he is not part of these celebrities by showing humility. This follows are being caught on camera buying sneakers from the street vendors.
Simphiwe Shabalala was on his way from town to home and on his way he came across one of the street and allegedly bought snacks from them. The social media users has praised this multimillionaire player for supporting brothers and sister earning from selling in the street.
In apicture below is Simphiwe Shabalala seen with a smile in his face after buying AmaSkopas. Take a look at the pictures below.
Take a look a these following reactions sfrom social media users:
"This is wonderful to support local business", a special media user wrote.
Big ups to Shabalala for doing what this generation should be doing, that is lifting others regardless of what business they operate.
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